Photographer Carson Sanders uses his Polaroid camera to document the city of Savannah, Georgia in his newest series titled “Somewhere Southern.” Being a southern gentleman at heart, Carson strives to photograph in both a traditional and contemporary aesthetic in order to appropriately capture the beauty of the American South.
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Brooklyn based photographer, Elliot Ross shares his wonderful body of work titled Dynasty. The series looks into the Berber (or Amazigh) people of Morocco and the current human condition of cultures that were once empire builders and societies on the forefront of human advancement. Take a look at more images below.
A selection of photographs from Savannah, Georgia-based photographer Stephen Milner. His series is titled “The Ogeechee River Project,” which documents the environmental problems facing the residents living along the river, as well as some of the recent effects of the flooding.